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Equipment:
Box  60x60x180 cm (0.36m2).
Active air output at 100 m3/h. Passive air entry.
Blowing air - canal fan at 100 m3/h.
Pot - SmartPot 35 liters. Peat pot one litre.
Substrate - "Ugro Pure Superior"
Water - mineral osmosis 250ppm.
Drip watering of my manufacture - tubes 5mm and a tank for 10 liters.

 

Lighting:
Collected by me according to my scheme. It includes an aluminum plate with ribs and active cooling - two 120 millimeter coolers (900 rpm), the size of a plate of 12 to 40 centimeters, a thickness of about 2.5 millimeters. Citizen's LED matrix: 3500k (50w); 3000k(50w); 3000k (100w) - all matrix connected to individual drivers from Mean Well - efficiency of about 91-93%. At a distance of 80 centimeters from the plant, the lamp gives about 33,000 lux, the chips are installed 90 degree lenses made of glass.

 

Nutrients:
Growth Technology ph down
GHE PH UP
GHE FloraMicro HW (not SW)
GHE FloraGro
GHE FloraBloom
GHE G.O.Root Plus
GHE Bio Bloom
GHE Ripen
GHE Diamond Nectar

GHE Mineral Magic

GHE FloraKleen

 

Photo equipment:

phopo box with illumination 5500k

support tripod

camera pentax kx (the second camera)

camera pentax kp (main camera)

lens smc pentax-DAL f3.5-5.6 18-55mm al

ancient lens smc pentax-m f1.7 50mm

ancient lens industar 61L/Z f/2.8  50mm + macro rings

main lens - pentax HD DA 35mm f/2.8 Maсro Limited 

polarizing light filter Hoya hd circ

 

 

Week 1

 

day/night - 20 /4

Growth - 3 cm

pot - 1 L

Water (no compote) 5,7 ph - 250 ppm - 23 degrees C.

0.08 L  a day

day/night temp.  - 23.C/23.C

50% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 80 cm

no smell

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Sprouting. Without any locks and other tricks. I take the sieve, I take a non-transparent package of zip-lock, I take two clean cotton discs, wet the discs with clean mineral water, squeeze them to become slightly moist and they do not leak water, put the seed between the discs, all this thing put in an envelope zip-lock and breathe in it with its "carbon" gas, then close the envelope and send to a dry dark place with room temperature 23-24C (in the box For example).

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Day D

 

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Two days of waiting... on the third day of the seed sprouted and showed the spine, it's time to "plant"!  In my experience - I make an acceleration of growth, so that I help the plant first of all get rid of the helmet and run on the full processes of photosynthesis (I do not advise you to produce it yourself, if you do not have the experience of "dumping the helmet" because sloppy and inaccurate actions you can harm or worse - to kill the future plant). With the help of two clean "tooth cleaners" carefully remove the helmet from the sprout. Immediately plant it in a peat pot of 1 liter with a "no substrate" substrate, namely "Ugro Pure Superior", which contains 80% pure coconut fiber, 5% perlite, 5% guano bats, 5% endomycosis and 5% biohumus. This substrate contains nutrients that will last for 2 weeks of sprout life, but I'm going to feed the vegetable in the second week of life, and it will be very good to eat! Closer to the third or fourth week, I'll transplant the vegetable into a 30 liter pot "Smart Pot", but for now we are gaining patience and just waiting.
Watering the first week i carry out without fertilizer, but well "acidified" water, PH 5.7, PPM 250. Watering, as usual, at the beginning of the light cycle, and the cycle is set to 20/4.

 

DAY 3

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DAY 6

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Week 2

 

day/night - 20 /4

Growth - 5,5 cm

pot - 1 L

Compote 5,5 ph - 570 ppm - 23 degrees C.

FloraMicro - 0.5ml/l

FloraGro - 0.5ml/l

FloraBloom - 0.5ml/l

G.O.Root Plus - 5ml/l

0.15 L  a day

day/night temp.  - 23.C/23.C

50% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 80 cm

no smell

 

 

This week we introduce the plant with fertilizers. In the first weeks of life, the plant actively increases the root mass, in order not to experience a lack of moisture and nutrients in the future, to build up the roots need to stimulate the plant, I do it with the help of G.H.E. Root Plus, it will be used to spray leaves before turning off the light (recharge on a leaf) in the third week of vegetation. Watering 150 ml. solution a day. "Compot" - aka "solution" made on mineral fertilizers of one firm - G.H.E. (Flora), only ph DOWN from another firm - Growth Technology ph down, which contains 81% orthophosphoric acid (H3PO4) - a very aggressive thing! To "acidify" hard water from 8.3 ph to 5.5 ph will require about 3 drops per liter, but with soft water 6.8'ph'7.5 is getting heavier - literally from one drop per liter compote will be about 4 ph. Check the readings of ph and ppm electronic testers, calibrating them every time before kneading compote.

 

In the second week the plant has been transformed, slightly done, I already know for sure that the transplant of 30 liters will be next week (at its end) - according to the lunar calendar has already chosen the day. Everything is going well, the plant feeds and looks attractive. :girldance:

 

Day 10

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Day 14

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Nice start here, well documented and beautifull pictures! Very nice @Bloombuster

 

Can wait for the next update!

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Week 3

 

day/night - 20 /4

Growth - 7 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Compote 5,6 ph - 650 ppm - 20 degrees C.

FloraMicro - 1ml/l

FloraGro - 1ml/l

FloraBloom - 1ml/l

G.O.Root Plus - 3ml/l

Diamond Nectar - 2ml/l

Mineral Magic - 0.4g/l

0.25 L  a day

day/night temp.  - 20.C/14.C

35% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 80 cm

no smell

 

In the third week the plant grew slightly, at the end of the week was transplanted into “Smart Pot” filled with 25 liters. Connected the drip irrigation system to eliminate the dilution of the substrate (the irrigation system itself made from 10 liter tank and tubes 5mm). If the previous weeks the plant developed in “room” conditions in the case of PC converted for cultivation, now it is already quite in different conditions and it is slightly “cool”, surely I will deal with the issue of heating on the 4th week. In the third week began to spray the plant at the beginning of the night cycle - fertilizing on a sheet of 1 liter of pure water give 3 milliliters GHE Root Plus.

The plant has undergone a good transplant - it develops, albeit slowly, under these conditions.

 

 

 

Day 17

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Day 21

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Week 4

 

day/night - 20 /4

Growth - 10 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Compote 5,6 ph - 750 ppm - 20 degrees C.

FloraMicro - 1.2ml/l

FloraGro - 1.8ml/l

FloraBloom - 0.6ml/l

G.O.Root Plus - 3ml/l

Diamond Nectar - 2ml/l

Mineral Magic - 0.4g/l

0.5 L  a day

day/night temp.  - 26.C/20.C

30% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 80 cm

no smell

Technics: topping, main-lining, defoliation

 

 

In the 4th week, the air temperature issue is resolved, but the humidity at this stage is not high enough, but I won't worry about it, a genetics like Afghanistan can resist a lot of things, not that some humidity
On the 25th day I cut off the top, on the 28th - demolished everything on the sides, the plant quickly recovers from such mega-stress and continues to develop. The compote is slightly richer, continue to add G.O. Root Plus for further rooting, they continue to “feed on the sheet” as soon as the light turns off, grow up and down and in the sides!
The barrel increases in diameter, the remaining two twigs will be its continuation and will soon acquire impressive after which there will be another method of defoliation and topping already these, still small, twigs. Everything is going well, moving on!

 

 

Day 25 before topping

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Day 25 after topping

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Plant Top

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Day 28 before main-lining

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Day 28 after main-lining

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Week 5

 

day/night - 20 /4

Growth - 14 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Compote 5,6 ph - 800 ppm - 23 degrees C.

FloraMicro - 1.3ml/l

FloraGro - 1.9ml/l

FloraBloom - 0.7ml/l

G.O.Root Plus - 3ml/l

Diamond Nectar - 2ml/l

Mineral Magic - 0.4g/l

0.7 L  a day

day/night temp.  - 26.C/20.C

30% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 76 cm

no smell

Technics: lst

 

 

In the fifth week the main twigs increased in diameter and the active growth phase began, compote slightly “thicker”, acidity at the same level - 5,6ph. I tried to bend the branches LST - not particularly succumb to such a thickness, but it turned out to be slightly “diluted”. On each branch already several pairs of twigs with a very short internode 1-1.5 cm and grow further, next week the SCROG grid will be installed and we will give the afghuy the form of a green carp, We'll defoliate and, most likely, in the same week, sixth week, another “topping” of our main branches, but maybe I'll keep their ends. The leaves are very “fleshy”, dense. Last week of the plant rooting, we will not add G.O. Root Plus to watering, and we will use it only in spraying leaves with the light off - recharge on the leaf, throughout the whole stage of vegetation. The plant looks very attractive and healthy! Everything goes well , gaining mass!  :training:

 

Day 32

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Day 35

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Week 6

 

day/night - 20 /4

Growth - 20 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Compote 5,7 ph - 900 ppm - 23 degrees C.

FloraMicro - 1.4ml/l

FloraGro - 2ml/l

FloraBloom - 0.8ml/l

Diamond Nectar - 2ml/l

Mineral Magic - 0.4g/l

watering 1 L  a day

day/night temp.  - 26.C/20.C

30% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 70 cm

no smell

Technics: scrog, defoliation

 

Week 6 of vega seriously marked the potential of Afgooey - very well developed, with very short internodes and very dense leaves reminiscent of more edible salads from the farmer's market - green meat! I like the pace of development and growth of green mass - made defoliation (removed 10 developed burdock), put SCROG, side branches decided not to cut - decided to keep them, because I feel that with them the harvest will be 10 -20% more in any case than cutting them. Compote slightly “thicker”, slightly increased the absorption of nutrients by the plant - raising the acidity of the solution to 5,7ph.
I am very pleased with the chosen stretch and already in anticipation of the aftercolor, but before it another 1-2 weeks, so I reserve patience and wilt the plant under the net, I spread the internodes in the sides, moving away” burdock” down, and young shoots - up, closer to the light. I took a few photos on the open diaphragm - it turned out very mysteriously, I share with you photos and impressions!
Thanks to everyone who comes to read, evaluates! It's a pleasure to me!

 

 

Day 38 before defoliation

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Day 38 after defoliation

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Day 42

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Week 7

 

day/night - 20 /4

Growth - 20 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Compote 5,7 ph - 900 ppm - 23 degrees C.

FloraMicro - 1.4ml/l

FloraGro - 2ml/l

FloraBloom - 0.8ml/l

Diamond Nectar - 2ml/l

Mineral Magic - 0.4g/l

watering - 1.2 l/day

day/night temp.  - 26.C/20.C

35% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 70 cm

weak smell

Technics: scrog

 

In the 7th week the plant already has 24 minor branches and 2 main cola, stem diameter 3.5-4cm, a lot of foliage, a bunch of branches. The concentration of the compote is the same as in the 6th week, only in a larger volume. In the box appeared a characteristic smell and humidity increased by 5%, thanks to the fact that the plant is already adult and very actively breathes, evaporating moisture from the surface of the leaves. The girl has already occupied almost the entire horizontal area of boxing and will soon fill the box vertically, another week and transfer to flowering. This week without much sophistication - bent the plant under the grid, pushing the developed burdock down, and young shoots up - closer to the light, when switching off the lamp - shower - dressing on the sheet with G.O. Root Plus. At the beginning of next week I plan to carry out defoliation, and by the end of the week I will transfer to the foothills according to the light cycle and nutrition. The plant is very well developed, has a dark shade of green, especially at the tips of leaves - looks healthy and very attractive! :yahoo:

 

Day 49

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Week 8  vega mass

 

day/night - 20 /4

Growth - 25 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Compote 5,7 ph - 1000 ppm - 23 degrees C.

FloraMicro - 1.8ml/l

FloraGro - 2ml/l

FloraBloom - 1.4ml/l

Diamond Nectar - 2ml/l

Mineral Magic - 0.4g/l

Bio Bloom - 0.2ml/l

watering - 1.5 l/day

day/night temp.  - 26.C/20.C

35% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 65 cm

weak smell

Technics: scrog

 

 

8th week - the last week of vegetation of the plant and transition to the preblossom, add a growth stimulant Bio Bloom 0,2ml/L to the nutrition. At the end of the week we put lighting 16/8, we feed on the foothills - in compost we increase the concentration of phosphorus, potassium, magnesium and sulfur. By the beginning of the foothills, the plant has 32 branches, grown from two main number.
The plant develops well and looks great! :sungum:

 

Day 52

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Day 55

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Week 9  start preflo

 

day/night - 16 /8

Growth - 30 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Compote 5,8 ph - 1100 ppm - 23 degrees C.

FloraMicro - 2ml/l

FloraGro - 2ml/l

FloraBloom - 2ml/l

Diamond Nectar - 2ml/l

Mineral Magic - 0.4g/l

Bio Bloom - 0.2ml/l

watering - 2 l/day

day/night temp.  - 26.C/20.C

35% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 60 cm

weak smell

Technics: scrog, defoliation

 

The plant has entered the phase of active forecolor, flowering is established throughout the bush area. Lighting 16/8.$ Watering 2 litres/day. Partial defoliation was performed at the beginning of the week on the 57th day and at the end of the week on the 63rd day, only 50 fan leaves have been removed, the plant has no visible stress and continues to grow actively. filling all the free space. I try to bend under the net, increase the potential yield. Compote is more concentrated, drink 2 liters per day, watering - as usual - at the beginning of the light cycle. The plant is very strong, thick branches and gigantic in width, twined trunk. At this stage, I am very pleased with the techniques of topping and mainlaning - the bush gets the perfect lighting in all places, with proper placement under the grid. Moving on - the king of Afghanistan will soon show his first flowers.  :ok:

 

Day 58

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Week 10   preflo

 

day/night - 16 /8

Growth - 35 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Compote 5,8 ph - 1200 ppm - 23 degrees C.

FloraMicro - 1.5ml/l

FloraGro - 1ml/l

FloraBloom - 4ml/l

Mineral Magic - 0.4g/l

Bio Bloom - 0.2ml/l

watering - 2.5 l/day

day/night temp.  - 26.C/20.C

35% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 90 cm

weak smell

Technics: scrog

 

 

Watering on flowering, the crown is formed - give vertical growth, well reduced the concentration of nitrogen in the solution, if it is not enough, the plant will borrow it from the available burdock. Thickness of barrel - 3 cm. Mineral Magic - it I do not interfere with the solution, and do the powder in the areas of watering, based on the volume of the solution, sprinkle 0.4 grams per liter. i.e when watering 2.5 liters I pour 1 gram into the substrate Mineral Magic. I brought up the lighting, in the reserve there were 20 centimeters to the ceiling of the tent. Next week according to plan - defoliation, grid lifting, LST and removal of unpromising branches.
The plant looks happy - I'm happy!  :dancing:

 

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Day 70

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Week 11   preflo

 

day/night - 16 /8

Growth - 50 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Compote 5,8 ph - 1300 ppm - 23 degrees C.

FloraMicro - 2ml/l

FloraGro - 1.2ml/l

FloraBloom - 4ml/l

Mineral Magic - 0.4g/l

Bio Bloom - 0.2ml/l

watering - 3 l/day

day/night temp.  - 26.C/20.C

40% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 75 cm

weak smell

Technics: scrog, lst, hst, defoliation

 

 

This week we had to tinker with the plant, removed 50 large leaves and 20 unpromising twigs. At 72 days without watering - before bending at 73, so as not to break the branches. All running branches are pressed by the hst method, only without inflection. The plant is very powerful, very quickly recovers from stress and in the same day continues intensive growth, produces a fruity smell. Drink 3 liters of compote per day

 

Day 73 before - defoliation lst hst

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Day 73 after - defoliation lst hst

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Day 76

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Nice homemade led Lamp, can you explain a little more how you mak it etc?

 

Really nice report too @Bloombuster:good:

Nice job!

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Week 12   flowering

 

day/night - 16 /8

Growth - 65 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Compote 5,8 ph - 1300 ppm - 23 degrees C.

FloraMicro - 2ml/l

FloraGro - 1.2ml/l

FloraBloom - 4.2ml/l

Mineral Magic - 0.4g/l

Bio Bloom - 0.2ml/l

watering - 3 l/day

day/night temp.  - 26.C/20.C

40% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 65 cm

weak smell

Technics: scrog

 

 

Flowering is gaining strength, the plant is stretched, relatively uniform growth, in appearance - everything is OK, the plant looks healthy and strong.  :training:

 

 

Day 80

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Day 82

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5 hours ago, OG.Naj said:

Nice homemade led Lamp, can you explain a little more how you mak it etc?

 

Really nice report too @Bloombuster:good:

Nice job!

 

 

Thanks, bro! Pleasantly when praise)
With the lighting, I was defined for about a year and spent a lot of money before finding what was needed.
As a result - three COB matrices from Citizen and individual drivers to them from MeanWell.
COB Citizen CLU-048-1818C4 (3000k)    MW XLG 100 H
COB Citizen CLU-048-1216C4 (3000k)   MW LPC 60-1400
COB Citizen CLU-048-1216C4 (3500k)   MW LPC 60-1400

In total, the power is about 200 watts.
Everything is placed on aluminium plate 12х40mm
2 mm thick. The start/stop switch of the driver is also installed, for individual use and thermal protection with voltage cut at 70 degrees celsius. The lamp operates 24 hours a day at 45 degrees Celsius on a heatsink under the chips. Plus two active coolers (12v) 120 mm, 900 rpm. Efficiency is nearly 98%  :ok:

In addition, foaming lenses made of borosilicate glass are installed, which are very transparent and very effective.

 

 

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Week 13   flowering

 

day/night - 12 / 12

Growth - 80 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Compote 5,9 ph - 950 ppm - 23 degrees C.

FloraMicro - 1ml/l

FloraBloom - 4.2ml/l

Mineral Magic - 0.4g/l

Bio Bloom - 0.2ml/l

watering - 3 l/day

day/night temp.  - 26.C/20.C

40% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 40 cm

Normal smell

Technics: scrog, defoliation

 

 

At the beginning of the week light schedule 12/12, defoliation was made, the plant is large, the first flowers. Increased a little PH, removed from the composition of FloraGro solution, lowered to 1 ml in the composition of FloraMicro - drinks well, quickly departs from stress - strong plant.  :training:

 

Day 87

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Day 90

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Week 14   flowering

 

day/night - 12 / 12

Growth - 90 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Compote 6 ph - 950 ppm - 23 degrees C.

FloraMicro - 1ml/l

FloraBloom - 4.2ml/l

Mineral Magic - 0.4g/l

Bio Bloom - 0.2ml/l

watering - 3.5 l/day

day/night temp.  - 26.C/20.C

35% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 30 cm

Normal smell

Technics: scrog

 

 

Growing up another 10 cm in a week, pulling down, blooming in full swing. There was a strong smell of skunk and pine flavored with a fruit tint. Kidneys slowly grow, increase in weight and quantity. Greedy Afgui greedy drinks and greedy catches every photon :victory:

 

Day 97

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Week 15   flowering

 

day/night - 12 / 12

Growth - 90 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Compote 6.1 ph - 950 ppm - 23 degrees C.

FloraMicro - 1ml/l

FloraBloom - 4.2ml/l

Mineral Magic - 0.4g/l

Bio Bloom - 0.2ml/l

watering - 3.5 l/day

day/night temp.  - 26.C/20.C

35% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 30 cm

Normal smell

Technics: scrog

 

 

The buds are intensively gaining mass and producing a pungent aroma of Afghanistan. Since this week the plant has stopped in pulling. A lot of leaflets and all the buds are covered with crystals, like diamonds, in the light beautifully shimble, look very sexy. The plant itself gets rid of excess burdock, leaf tips are normal - everything is enough, flowering continues!  :locomotive:

 

Day 104

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Week 16   flowering

 

day/night - 12 / 12

Growth - 90 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Compote 6.1 ph - 950 ppm - 23 degrees C.

FloraMicro - 1ml/l

FloraBloom - 4.2ml/l

Mineral Magic - 0.4g/l

Bio Bloom - 0.2ml/l

watering - 3.5 l/day

day/night temp.  - 27.C/21.C

35% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 30 cm

Strong smell

Technics: scrog

 

 

Kidneys are growing actively, the air temperature has slightly increased - the plant likes. Vertical growth completely stopped, in the air hanging sweet aromas of citrus and Christmas tree, the smell is amazing, very pleasant! Flowering is not in a hurry, but surely, moving to maturation!  :ok:

 

 

Day 109

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Week 17   flowering

 

day/night - 12 / 12

Growth - 95 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Compote 6.0 ph - 950 ppm - 23 degrees C.

FloraMicro - 1ml/l

FloraBloom - 4.2ml/l

Mineral Magic - 0.4g/l

Bio Bloom - 0.2ml/l

watering - 3.5 l/day

day/night temp.  - 27.C/21.C

35% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 30 cm

Strong smell

Technics: scrog

 

Week of active fruit growth, the cones have acquired a rounded shape, stigma matures. The structure of leaves and cones is very dense, I try not to overflow the plant in order to avoid mold. The plant is very strong, big, beautiful, fragrant - I am happy!  :yahoo:

 

 

 

Day 114

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Day 118

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Week 18   flowering

 

day/night - 12 / 12

Growth - 95 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Compote 5.8 ph - 650 ppm - 23 degrees C.

FloraBloom - 1ml/l

Ripen - 4ml/l

Flora Kleen - 1ml/l

Bio Bloom - 0.2ml/l

watering - 3.5 l/day

day/night temp.  - 27.C/21.C

35% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 30 cm

Strong smell

Technics: scrog, defoliation

 

 

At the ending of the week (126 day) the plant was slightly upset :sorry: , I assume that it is a deficit cal-mag since the water is osmosis and FloraMicro HW (not SW).  Reduced ph, but rust progresses. In the middle of the week there was a slight defoliation of the middle node of the leaves, not touching the leaves.

 

 

Day 123

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Day 126

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Week 19   flushing (9 week of flowering)

 

day/night - 12 / 12

Growth - 95 cm

pot - 30(25) L

Water  5.7 ph - 250 ppm - 23 degrees C.

Flora Kleen - 2ml/l

watering - 3 l/day

day/night temp.  - 25.C/20.C

35% humidity

distance from lamp to plant - 30 cm

Strong smell

Technics:  scrog

 

 

Washing 4 days, only FloraKleen, After - 3 days without light (72 hours) and cut. Emits the smell of ripe mandarin, very sweet! :ok: Afgooey ready to collect  :locomotive:

 

Day 127

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Day 128

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Day 132

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133 day            Harvest Time

 

Week 20

1 plant

Total light power used - 200 W

Grow room - 0.36 m2

Bud wet weight - 846 gramms

Bud dry weight - 188 gramms

 

Statistics: by my 188 gramms

 

gramm/watt/plant - 0.94

gramm/m2 - 522.22

watt/m2 - 555.56

plant/m2 - 2.78

 

He collected whole branches, cutting shovels and excess foliage. Dried at 15 degrees celsius, for 12 days, then placed in jars and after a two-week fermentation did a photoset on white and black backgrounds, after placing everything in jars again and fermenting another month. The product ended up being stunning!

 

In my case, I could easily clone about 30 plants out of one that I grew, but I don 't have the space to grow, therefore, my scraps did not find their development and were dried. When growing Afgooey per 1 m2, it is possible to get more than 100 clones from one plant and to get a crop (500 grams + more) from the mother plant, it is likely to need a 50 litre pot.

 

The plant is very strong, quickly recovering from stresses, resistant to high levels of ppm. Vega grows actively, on the preflower even more active, on the color slows growth, but grows confidently, mature quickly. Thanks to the technique of topping, mainlaning and 9 week growing actually and practically managed to get 2 plants with one developed root system, I think it was worth it. In the end 24 colas from two carrying twigs.

 

Taste: Christmas tree, berries and sweet citrus with sour exhalation.

Smell: Different herbs and flowers.

The smoke effect is a staggering stone filled with happiness and active, even chaotic, thinking, new ideas without end come to mind, you're not just sitting still - you're doing something, but preferably sit while :beach: increasing dosages tightly relaxes the body and confidently leads to the bed. :lazy:

Inflorescences are dense, medium-sized and very sticky. From the leaves of early defoliations I extracted young kif - 2.5 grams, and from the crop trimmings and bursts obtained 3.5 grams of quality kif obtained by the method of dry extraction without dry ice, but with a simple mechanical shake
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Very interesting path to the harvest, I am happy with the result and the effect of the harvest! Greedy Afgooey behaved greedily all the way - ate fertilizer, drank water, filled the space, demanded attention and wanted more, as a result he shrieked out and out, but every gram of him is worth it, to freeze with him! Strong genetics of the plant showed itself on the best side, grateful to the entire Strain Hunters team for the opportunity to grow such plants and to the entire Green House Seeds team for the assistance provided in promotion of such varieties!  A special thanks to the site moderators & admins team for the opportunity to communicate and share information with other grovers, for competitions and promotion of the idea of farming!  Very grateful to everyone who read my diary and liked me! I hope my report will help or even inspire many. I will be glad to answer your questions if what will be interesting - ask.

 

Although a crop and not as big as I dreamed, but it's also very good - 188 grams of inflorescences and 6 grams of keef.

 

 

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2,5gramms kif

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3.5 gramms good quality kif

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Very nice plant and wat a stem :)

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13 minutes ago, g22 said:

Very nice plant and wat a stem :)

Thanks for the comment bro!  The stem became so with the help of an additive - mycorrhiza contained in the coco substrate from Ugro.

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